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The Link Between Perfectionism and Mental Health

Perfectionism, which some people view as an inherently positive trait, involves setting exceptionally high standards for oneself and always striving for flawlessness. While aiming for excellence can certainly be motivating, perfectionism tends to have detrimental...

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The Effects of the Thyroid on Depression and Anxiety

Although many of us suffer from anxiety and depression, whether intermittently or chronically, pinpointing the root cause can be difficult. One part of our bodies that could impact the development of these conditions is the thyroid. Unfortunately, thyroid-related...

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New Dads Face Increased Anxiety and Mental Health Risks

The topic of postpartum depression (PPD) in new fathers is gaining attention, alongside the well-known baby blues experienced by new moms. A recent study conducted by researchers at UNLV delves into the experiences of new fathers with PPD, shedding light on the...

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New Clues about the Link Between Stress and Depression

Scientists from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have made a significant discovery related to a brain protein that plays a crucial role in both regulating the mood-regulating substance serotonin and the release of stress hormones, at least in mice. Their findings,...

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Narcissism Linked To Aggression In Review Of 437 Studies

Researchers have conducted a comprehensive analysis of 437 global studies, providing strong evidence that narcissism is a significant risk factor for both aggression and violence. This link between narcissism and aggression holds true across all dimensions of...

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Mothers’ Depression Impacts Mother-Infant Relationships

In a research study supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), scientists investigated the potential impact of depression on the mother-infant relationship during pregnancy and postpartum. The researchers...

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